Guest Post: Study finds non-trivial inaccuracies in geolocation approaches when mapping end-to-end Internet paths to physical locations.
Guest Post: There’s a lot more to an IP addresses than merely being an identifier.
Guest Post: The latest version of the authoritative DNS server, Knot DNS 2.7, comes with several new features, including a GeoIP module for geography-based or subnet-based responses.
Is it time we review the way we record resource geolocation to be more in line with users’ needs?
Guest Post: Guarding against server impersonation attacks using Server Location Verification.
Guest Post: Protecting Internet geolocation services from manipulation using Client Presence Verification.
Guest Post: A look at the geographic verification techniques Client Presence Verification and Server Location Verification
Guest Post: Ruru is a real-time, open source monitoring system that allows users to understand the nature of latency over the Internet.
Guest Post: Geolocation databases are used by researchers and network operators to learn the real-world location of a given IP address. But how reliable are these in terms of coverage and accuracy at both country- and city-level resolutions?
Vesna Manojlovic from the RIPE NCC presented yesterday on the ATLAS Project.